Definition of Resurgent

1. Adjective. Rising again as to new life and vigor. "Resurgent nationalism"

Exact synonyms: Renascent
Similar to: Revived
Derivative terms: Renascence, Resurge, Resurgence



Definition of Resurgent

1. a. Rising again, as from the dead.

2. n. One who rises again, as from the dead.

Definition of Resurgent

1. Adjective. Undergoing a resurgence; experiencing renewed vigor or vitality. ¹

2. Adjective. (astronomy) Of a celestial object, moving upwards relative to the horizon after a period of having moved downwards. ¹

¹ Source: wiktionary.com

Definition of Resurgent

1. [adj]

Lexicographical Neighbors of Resurgent

resupine
resupplied
resupplies
resupply
resupplying
resurface
resurfaced
resurfacer
resurfacers
resurfaces
resurfacing
resurge
resurged
resurgence
resurgences
resurgent
resurges
resurging
resurgings
resurrect
resurrected
resurrecting
resurrection
resurrection fern
resurrection plant
resurrectional
resurrectionist
resurrectionists
resurrectionize
resurrectionized

Literary usage of Resurgent

Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:

1. Personal Recollections, from Early Life to Old Age, of Mary Somerville: With by Mary Somerville (1874)
"... OF Resurgent! AND RI ACADEMY OF SCIENCE AT AREZZO. IN spring we went to Albano, and lived in a villa, high up on the hill in a beautiful situation not ..."

2. Sea-Changes: American Foreign Policy in a World Transformed by Nicholas X. Rizopoulos (1990)
"DEMOCRACY Resurgent? Tony Smith At least since the time of Woodrow Wilson, there have been American leaders who have held that a global order composed of ..."

3. The Great War: The First [ ] Phase by Frank Herbert Simonds (1914)
"CHAPTER XVIII POLAND Resurgent even the prospect of a great conflict on the plains of Belgium, where on August I5th the cannon of four nations were ..."

4. Igneous Rocks and Their Origin by Reginald Aldworth Daly (1914)
"2.65-2.78).l Influence of Resurgent Gases.—The local assimilation of special sediments, notably those carrying large quantities of volatile matter, ..."

5. Dorian Days: Poems by Wendell Phillips Stafford (1909)
"... LOVE Resurgent "My love no longer loves me — let me die! The glory is gone out, upon the hills, And the gray downfall of its ashes fills The old bright ..."

6. The Home and Country Readers by Mary Augusta Laselle (1918)
"AMERICA Resurgent She is risen from the dead! Loose the tongue and lift the head; Let the sons of light rejoice, She has heard the challenge clear; ..."

7. The Spirit of Democracy by Lyman Pierson Powell, Gertrude Wilson Powell (1918)
"AMERICA Resurgent WENDELL PHILLIPS STAFFORD She is risen from the dead! Loose the tongue and lift the head; Let the sons of light rejoice, She has heard the ..."

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